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Technology used to be incredibly intimidating. My mother still refuses to watch a dvd on her own for fear of breaking something. For her, technology has always been the realm of computer scientists and engineers. Those gadgets weren’t made for her in mind, so she didn’t spend much time with them...
SEP Software, the leading provider of comprehensive, heterogeneous backup solutions announces the release of version 4.0. After a year of continuous development the new release delivers new functionality along with a new, look and feel to improve the speed of backups and the accuracy of required data restoration.
I attended an event in Los Angeles where I presented some of the challenges of disaster recovery in today's modern mixed platform datacenter. As a thank you for sitting through my presentation we all then went to watch the LA Kings beat the San Jose Sharks in a shootout.
You’ve followed all the best practices and documentation. Your eDirectory trees are healthy and replicating with no errors. Time is in synchronization and ndsrepair shows no errors or external references hanging out there.
So, what do you do when eDirectory gets a request to remove 20,000 members from a group and replicates the change to all of the replicas?
Submitted by: mfaris01 on Tue. 12.14.2010
Filed Under: Identity & Security Management Cool Solutions, SUSE Linux Enterprise Cool Solutions, Collaboration Cool Solutions, Cool Solutions, Open Enterprise Server Cool Solutions, All Tech, All the Time
Topic: Administration, All-Tech OES, Backup/Restore, Cleanup, Command Line, Disaster Recovery, eDirectory, Groups, iManager, Importing-Exporting / ICE/ LDIF, Linux, Objects, Partitions, Scripting, Trees and Containers, Troubleshooting
Product: eDirectory, Linux, Open Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Not that I ever do this ;) but if you think about the process to download a movie. To do it for free, I first have to find the files from a torrent tracking portal. Then I have to know how to use a download client. Next I have to check the file is what I want, as well as scan it for any malware. If I’ve done all this correctly I can watch my movie, and even then with my luck the quality is probably terrible. My wife on the other hand actually values her time, so she uses Netflix. All she does is browse their catalog and have the movie stream in near real time; they even have HD!